Enemies of the Ahle Bayt (A.S.)

Posted on May 28, 2009 by

The Tale Of The Burning Door

Someone slammed his hands on the closed door. She asked her maid to go check who it was. Soon the maid came back in a hurry and told her there was a large crowd asking for her husband to be sent outside. She went to the door herself and called out loud, “What do you Read More

Posted on April 14, 2009 by

Trip To Syria: The Lioness’s Den

Continued from Trip To Syria: Flying Away. ************** We reached the hotel in Muhalla-e-Zainabia on the outskirts of Damascus. Imagine waking up from a deep sleep and then having to carry sixteen heavy suitcases to the hotel building. And it doesn’t stop at that. The room was on the third floor. Thank God for the Read More

Posted on March 19, 2009 by

Step forward for your Muslim Brothers!

This a call for all those who condemn violence in the name of Islam. The atrocities by Taliban in Parachinar urge us to take strict action. We shouldn’t stand silent while our Muslim brothers and sisters are brutally killed. For centuries, innocent lives have been taken on account of what their beliefs are. None have Read More

Posted on March 12, 2009 by

Ayyam-e-Aza: Spirit Tortures And The Dark Night

Picking up from where I left, I returned home after the Shaam-e-Ghariban majlis. My parents were too worried about my back and making me feel like a Mummy-Daddy kid. They weren’t letting me pick up any weights in case my stitches came apart and I was like “What the hell, it’s no big deal!” They Read More

Posted on March 11, 2009 by

Ayyam-e-Aza: The First Ten Days

I am being forced to blog about this by a friend. Well not exactly forced, but she’s a pretty nice gal so I won’t turn down her ‘order’. ************** What does the term Ayyam-e-Aza mean? ‘Ayyam’ stems from, and is the plural of, ‘Youm’ meaning ‘Day’ and ‘Aza’ means ‘Sorrow’. So meaning ‘Days of Sorrow’, Read More

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